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Darchei Shalom Project

Mr HIBBINS (Prahran) — It was my pleasure to visit the Inkerman Heights housing estate to see the wonderful work that Dr Miriam Weisz and the team at the Darchei Shalom project from the Caulfield synagogue do as they provide soup, sandwiches and a chat for residents at the estate and wider community. They...

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Donald Street Early Learning and Kinder Centre

Mr HIBBINS — I attended the Donald Street Early Learning & Kinder Christmas party with my daughter, who thoroughly enjoyed herself playing with toys in the new facility. The centre has just opened in Prahran, in a refurbished building at 2 Donald Street, and is now taking enrolments. If there is one thing our community...

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World Aids Day

Mr HIBBINS — The launch of World AIDS Day was held at Alfred Health in South Yarra on 1 December. Powerful stories were shared by speakers from the Positive Speakers Bureau. A world free of HIV transmission is possible. To get there we must speak out against and end the stigma of HIV...

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Constituency Question: Punt Road and Pasley Street North Safety

Mr HIBBINS (Prahran) — (12 074) My constituency question is to the Minister for Roads and Road Safety. I ask: what will the minister do to make the intersection at Punt Road and Pasley Street North safe for school students? This intersection serves as a pedestrian crossing for students crossing Punt Road to attend...

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Energy Legislation Amendment (Feed-in Tariffs and Improving Safety and Markets) Bill 2016

Mr HIBBINS (Prahran) — In a submission to the Essential Services Commission's inquiry Professor Alan Pears said that in the present electricity market, due to the monopoly power of network operators, the role of distributed energy systems is distorted. I ask: in responding to the Essential Services Commission report, did the government consider...

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Windsor Myki Retailer Petition Presentation

To the Legislative Assembly of Victoria: The petition of Chapel Convenience Store customers draws to the attention of the house: the ongoing, high demand from customers wanting to purchase or top up myki at Chapel Convenience Store; that Public Transport Victoria has rejected Chapel Convenience Store's request to become a myki...

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Congratulations New Local Greens Councillors

Mr HIBBINS (Prahran) — I would like to congratulate all recently elected councillors at the councils within the Prahran electorate: Stonnington, Port Phillip and Melbourne. Well done to the newly elected Greens councillors at Port Phillip City Council, Tim Baxter, Kat Copsey and Ogy Simic — they ran a strong campaign and topped the...

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Acknowledging Claude Ullin

Mr HIBBINS — I would also like to acknowledge Claude Ullin for his 25 years of service on both the Malvern and Stonnington councils, with several terms as mayor. Claude and I come from different ends of the political spectrum, but I always appreciated his collegiate and respectful approach as councillor and mayor....

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Remembrance Day: Acknowledging the Prahran RSL

Mr HIBBINS — On 11 November I attended the Prahran RSL Club's Remembrance Day service at Victoria Gardens. I would like to acknowledge and thank president Rod Coote, secretary Noel Sanderson and everyone at the Prahran RSL for the work they do for veterans and our community.

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Questions Without Notice: Youth Justice System

Mr HIBBINS (Prahran) — My question is to the Premier. Amongst the children your government has placed in the Barwon maximum security prison are children who are living with a disability, under child protection orders, Indigenous, had no role in the youth justice centre riot or are on remand and yet to be...

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